1. Portray your story certainly in an unmistakable voice in around one moment (45 sec for repeaters since that is all you will get!). 

2. Stay certain about being chosen, stay loose and don't feel pressurized to compel your perspectives on others, in the dread that others will rule you. 

3. Never take a gander at the assessors while portraying the story, or during the conversation. 

4. Tune in to the speakers mindfully. 

5. Be courteous, give your thoughts and perspectives just, and don't contend with others. 

6. IN CASE THE ENTIRE GROUP IS SHOUTING, AS HAPPENS IN MOST REPEATER GROUPS, DO NOT TRY TO OUT SHOUT OTHERS, BUT AWAIT YOUR TURN PATIENTLY. 

Try not to attempt to rule the conversation by talking more. The nature of your perspectives is a higher priority than the amount you talk. 

Try not to rehash your perspectives. 

In the event that the narrative of most of the gathering is like yours, it is anything but difficult to add to the conversation. 

Concentrate on agreement building and not keeping up with your account. Try not to point blunders in the impression of others since it will just sit around.

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